Our mission is to help people grow ideas. We develop new partnerships, stimulate economic development, create new jobs, and nurture entrepreneurship and enterprises dedicated to innovative and emerging technologies. We are dedicated to re-invigorating our region’s economy as a center for sustainable technologies in three areas: Health Care, Agri-Business, and Sustainable Construction Technology.
The goal of the Health Care cluster is to accelerate the “research to care cycle” and improve health care in San Joaquin County. iHub SJ supports exploring innovative health care delivery systems using data to improve outcomes and empower patients. Through our network of industry and community partners, iHub looks to establish opportunities to build connectivity through research, workforce development, and collaboration to make strides in the prevention, treatment, and management of illness.
San Joaquin County is one of the richest agricultural regions in the world. The county’s resources make it the ideal environment to promote research and development in the areas of crop and livestock production, industrial processing, diagnostic and therapeutic medicine, and bioremediation. Our goal is to keep California agriculture on the leading edge in the changing world economy.
The goal of the Sustainable Construction Technologies cluster is to become a leader in developing sustainable construction methods and technologies by employing strategies that reduce the building industry’s carbon footprint as well as the industry’s consumption of natural resources.
April 17, 2021
The 2021 H2O Hackathon will be a completely virtual competition. Middle school, high school, and college students who reside in San Joaquin County are encouraged to register. The emphasis on the competition will be on learning to code and on developing an app essential for the protection of the San Francisco Bay-Delta estuary. The day-long event over the Zoom platform that will culminate in an awards ceremony and cash prizes for the winning teams in the three age categories.
The first San Joaquin Agriculture and Technology Summit was held in January 2020. The multi-day event featured a series of panel discussions on issues affecting farmers and potential solutions presented by agri-tech businesses, a pitch competition with Ag-Tech start-up companies, a farmer’s market, and reception.Watch Video
In 2019, The Human Firewall event and luncheon featured an expo, live demonstrations, and an industry experts panel discussion. The event showcased the realities of security penetrations and cyber-breaches to company executives. Panelists included Mitch Taylor, CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) recognized by the Department of Defense, a social engineer who earned a black badge at DEF CON 27; a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH); a security awareness training expert specializing in law enforcement associations, city governments, and manufacturing industries; and a FBI Special Agent.Past Flyer
In 2020, iHub SJ hosted ICS/SCADA Connected Systems event as the next in its Cyber Security Leadership Series. The day-long event featured a large expo, luncheon, several speaker sessions, and a closing reception. Speakers discussed new technologies to protect connected systems in manufacturing and industrial control systems, as well as best practices in cyber security for critical industries.Past Flyer
Reserved table at the Annual Meeting and Reception, display booth at all leadership series events, 8 leadership series event passes, listing on event materials.
Display booth at all leadership series events, 4 leadership series event passes, listing on event materials.
Display booth at one leadership series events, 2 leadership series event passes.
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